Saturday, December 29, 2007

Facebook App: Defense of the Ancient Auto-creeping Script

This script automates the creeping process in DOTA. Starts at the Creeping page.

Facebook App: Defense of the Ancient Random Attack Script

This script automates and repeats the random attack function in DOTA.

To use:
Go Battle Ladder and click "Random Matchup"

What it does:
1) At the random matchup screen, click "Attack!"
2) At the subsequent View Battle page, go back to random matchup screen to repeat step 1

Facebook App: Vampires Auto Attacker Script

This script automates the attacking function in Vampires.

To use:
At the "Pick a fight!" page, click on the link of the target you want to attack.
The script will then choose the maximum turns to use to attack, and click on "Attack Now!"
To rerun the script, simply press the back button on the browser's Navigation bar.

Tuesday, December 18, 2007

Facebook App: (fluff)Friends Auto Petter Script v2.0

Dear all,

The (fluff)Friend App people have been cracking down hard on scripters, so I'm no longer making the script available. For those who have their hands on the script, please note that you may face a risk of account disablement!

To those who still want to risk it, I still have the script (which is still working) and will be providing support to those who have previously gotten it from me.

(The script is version 2.0 dated 19/12/2007. Version 1.0 has been disabled by the (fluff)Friend Application people)

Monday, December 17, 2007

Installing GreaseMonkey Scripts

GreaseMonkey script can only be run on Firefox browsers. This is what you need to do to get your script running in your firefox browser:

1. Install Firefox (if you don't have it yet)

2. Install GreaseMonkey firefox Add-on (if you don't have it yet)

2.1 After installation, restart Firefox. You should see a monkey icon at the bottom right corner of your firefox browser if you have successfully installed GreaseMonkey. Enable GreaseMonkey by clicking on the icon until you see a smiling monkey. If it is frowning, it is disabled.

3. Install Script

3.1 With GreaseMonkey enabled, open your Firefox browser and enter the location of the script in the Firefox address bar.
For example, if you saved the script at location "C:\fluff.user.js", type "file:///c:/fluff.user.js" in the Firefox browser to see the contents of the script. Note the direction of the slashes.

3.2 If there is a GreaseMonkey Installation screen popup asking you to install the script, select "Install"
Otherwise, in your Firefox browser, under Tools->GreaseMonkey, there will be a new menu item to "Install User Script".
Accept the default configuration and install.

1. To temporarily disable the script, turn off GreaseMonkey by clicking on the monkey icon at the bottom right corner of your Firefox browser.
2. To uninstall, go to "Tools"->"Manage User Scripts", select the script, and click "Uninstall".